Brand: 032c

Season: SS18

Key Pieces: The “Chevignon by 032c” Hunting Pants with a branded thigh pocket would elevate any outfit. The "Believer Sweatshirt” in workwear blue sees the 032c logo updated with a new workshop etching on the chest, a motif which features throughout the collection.

Editor’s Notes: Berlin-based magazine and lifestyle brand 032c has released a new collection inspired by Black Mountain College, an experimental educational institution from 1933. This drop taps into the current fashion zeitgeist with workwear staples like hunting pants and worker jackets but also tests out new waters with some provocative graphic T-shirts with references to ketamine, courtesy of London-based label ASSID. Cop via the link below before it all sells out.

Check out the pivotal moment when 032c went from creating merch to a bona fide fashion brand at Pitti Uomo

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